A Pathway to Leadership in the AAOS and Academic Medicine

Participation on the Evaluation Committee pays off!

Craig S. Roberts, MD, MBA

Serving on the AAOS Evaluation Committee has been one of the most important professional roles I have ever had in my AAOS and academic careers. I began writing questions for the Orthopaedic In-training Examination (OITE) in 1999 when the Central Evaluation Committee was led by Stephen A. Albanese, MD. Four years later, I took over the chairmanship of a specialty evaluation subcommittee, and I then went on to chair the Central Evaluation Committee (2010–2013).

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